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May 8, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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poultry raisers are warned by! ent weather conditions. This dis-1 County Agent Okerstrom to be! SCHooc‘i KsKs P. TQA; Pin:— l on the lookout for the development! of Coceidiosis in chicks under pres— . ease developes particularly dun, W l 111% warm, WM ‘Veathen ! Recognizing the importance of roundups more children are outcr— ' ing school each year in good phy—y and prepared to hold their ownl with other children. There are three gifts which par— ents desire greatly to pass on to their children, the PTA. points out, namely good health, which is, the most precious thmg‘ which any T.A.s of Shelton, carrying out- thc National Congress of Parents! and Teachers program, will open; its annual summer round-up of‘ children who expect to enter thc‘, Shelton school system for the firstj time next fall. ‘ This disease is controlled by sanitation measures. Confine the! flock to the poultry houso and! clean the litter daily for a week! or ten days and then every otherl day for a week. This method, breaks the life cycle of the or-, flock Symptoms are droopilicss and improving the health of children q . I I paleness of the birds and usually, entering school for the first um“, sical condition lree from l‘t‘lllC‘d-‘ —— b1°0dy droppings “PIWMV If and the need for continuous med—g 'ablf’ dam?»th Wllh 3‘0""! llilalth , !birds go off feed now you can 108,} and ydenml supervision of, habits established, protected 3‘ lsusnect coccidiosis. !(:liildren of all ages, the two P»; against communicable diseases,i ! l ' quill odorless wa , y to ' 3° home free from «04,; Sprinkle BUHAOH and in cracks and for? We” (30 years—is motectlons against 'l . . . ! Desthafe, odorless. ganism thus destroying its spread. Correction of a1] remedialle (19-! afij‘itwldfijlnijm i ‘ay 50“? at Drug. For further details call the fects during the summer and a! fi “PALM -( 9») I; 1‘ ‘ my and Pet Shops. county extension Office for P0u1_; lloundcrl home and social lilo! check-up in the fall to determine; the condition of the children is‘ the aim of the roundup. As the, result of these annual health! which will enable. the child in la- ter life to live happily with his; fellow men; and a sound school education which will permit thel individual to make the most of his opportunities. ! Good health, the PTA. clabor-: , ates, depends upon: I l (A) Developlncntlof healthy ha-l ! bits such adequate sleep, rest,‘ exercise, a well-balanced diet, per- sonal cleanliness and healthy men- tal attitudes, ‘ (B) Removal of existing physi- ‘ cal defects such as bad teeth, in- T fectcd tonsils, adenoids, poor vi- ! lsion, impaired hearing, hereditary , tendencies, etc. > (C) Early recognition of thor- L ough periodic health examinations of beginning defects and disease. Habits are more easily formed in the very early years of life and are more lasting than those formed at any other time of life. Good health habits developed in very early childhood will pay big , dividends throughout life. CANTERBURY CHOCOLATES i.sannasssa% l celnf tot prcvetnt the developnaen‘t (tJf e cc 5, or 0 correct sum e cc 5 i If Cgaiiijlfofiseveligglth supervision by physicians and dentists is es SHEAFFER' and E V E R S H A R P I try Pointers No. 6. , Journal W'ant—Ads—Phone 100 x Cosmetics and Toiletries Old Spice —- Dubarry —- Coty Hudnut Friendship Garden THE NEW TOILET WATER? I sential in order that beginning! physical defects may be recogniz- ed and that steps may be taken for their correction. By following; the advice of the physician andl dentist, parents will assume rc—! sponsibility for their part in I building future good health for! their children. 5 With these points in mind, thcl two Shelton P.T.A.s strongly urge! all parents of children who will! be entering school next fall to bring their children to the annual ! summer health round-up which I 3 will be conducted in Lincoln gym- , ‘nasium next Monday, Tuesday, 3 Wednesday and Thursday. Daily! hours will be from 9 a. m. to noon! and from 1:30 to 4:30 p. in. Miss Alma Peterson, city schools nurse, I assisted by members of the P.-! TA. will conduct the clinic. PENS fresh. sweetly fragile 0‘ lilacs lush in the Associated Bowlers Heading For N.I.B.C. Another Shelton team, wearing, the Associated Service spangles,l will attempt to crack into the! prize winning list at the North-1 west- International Bowling Con-! gress at Portland this Friday and! Saturday, bowling in the team.l singles and doubles events in the! open division. ‘ Members of the team are Bab' Stewart, Jess Daniels, A1 Ferrier,l Mark Fredson and Paul Fredson, with Bud Forbes as the extra man. ; II’c:°“"...and a matching it amlly by Richard .n --Derfume. cologne, 1chowder. talcum. 0each‘talcum 50¢. Prophylactic Hair Brushes Exton Bristles Jewelite Handles CONKEY PHARMACY We Deliver. .1..- l l l I I I P?” "/l 4-3..- MODEL S-6 6% cu. r1 0F SHEER CONVENIENCE COMPLETELY EQUIPPED Dellverad In your kllchen wllh 5-Year Prolecllon Plan THE MOIST MASTER New 1941 Model, 63/4 Cu. Ft. Kclvinator kinds of cold for different food stor- Glass shelves and glass doors separate New in beauty . . . new in value . . . new in extra conveniences. Around the door opening 15 a Wide 5 d cflgicéfficient cold zones . . . with the refriger- band of stainless steel . . . the famous Cold-Ban l ! p63,, hilt“ actually in the walls of the freshener that eliminates 80 hard—to-clean screw heads. , eas merit, so that foods may be stored with- With 4 Pop-out ice trays . . . 2 extra-fast freezing “£10135.” Covering . . . transfer of odors . . . ShelVeS. the “fre 10}! are avoided! Other cold zones in— fitg aezmg compartment for ice making and “inn ruff of frozen foods . . . meat chest for ! v 0r b32131 fésh . dry cold area for chilling when You Buy a Kelvinator , , ' . e goo s . filfiigom cold for YOU DEAL DIRECT WITH us V bulk 'I‘ Storafi n d- vege- We Finance All Our Own Contracts regetamge bin for es, too! d Buy A Kelvinator Now For Delivery On Mother’s Day o A Olsen imo _ I Furniture Company “FINE FURNITURE FOR THE HOME” : put up. * Seattle. 'also made the trip to Portland. l son Mickey, SHELTON~MASON COUNTY JOURNAL ‘Shelton Valley News Brevities Reported Here By Una ‘i‘l’insor Shelton Valley, May 7. v The. May meeting 01 the gl'angc aux- iliary will be held at the hall on ’l‘nui'sday, May 15. The hall Will be cleaned, and the new curtains A potluck dinner Will be served at noon. ! Jean Baker is the proud owner! of a sparkling new bicyCle, Which! one No.1 ill tile Journal contest, patrimony (ti-t:.i..lg. Mrs. Signe Kneeland and Mrs. Dewey iennctt spent Thursday, evening with Mr. and Mrs. Walt-: cr COUKC. Mrs. Melvyn O’Brien and son Glenn, spent the past week in Seattle with her mother, Mrs. Anna Mager, who leaves soon for. an indefinite visit in Boston. 1 Keith Bennett spent Satruday‘ night and Sunday With his aunt,! Charley Baker, and cousin, J 011;]. I Mrs. Frank Gordon and daugh-‘ l ending i l W1 ter Helen Robinson, wore out! from Shelton and s ent Friday evening with the Winsor and Dewey Bennett families. Bridge. and anagrams were the amuse-l ment for the evening, and refresh- I lncnts of ice crcalll, cake andl coffee were served. I Mr. and ,Mrs. J. A. Sharer were! visitoxs in Bremertou and VlCln-l lty Sunday afternoon. ‘! Mrs. Clinton Okcrstrom and lit-i tlc daughter Donna, from the! Arcadia. Road, were luncheon! guests at the home of Mr. and! Mrs. Dewey Bennett Thursday. ! Mrs. Estella Holman, accom‘l panied by Mrs. Signe Kneeland,‘ Mrs. Dewey Bennett, Juanita Mc- Peek and Jack and Mable Hol- man, and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Wi- Vell, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wivcll, and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Constable, from the Isabella Valley. drove to Agate‘ Sunday and attended the meeting 0f the Pomona Grange. Our grunge was Well represented with 16 members present. r Mr. and Mrs. R. R. P iillips of Shelton spent Saturday evening at Echo Farm. Mrs. Charley Ba- ker and Jean also called there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and family, who have been living on Walter Cooke’s lower farm the past five months, moved the first of the week to a small farm near1 Walker Park. ‘- Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Bennett are’ the latest folk in this vicinity! to get a new car, having bought' 21 Plymouth sedan last week. Others who have bought newl cars recently, are Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Cross, a Hudson sedan, and Joe Kneeland, a Ford V-8 coupe. The monthly meeting of the’ Home Sewing club was well at- tended Thursday afternoon. May Day corsages were exchanged by the ladies, followed by an hour or .two of visiting and sewing. A lunch of sandwiches, cake and coffee was served at four. Mrs. Charley Baker and daugh- ter Jean, spent Sunday evening; at the Dewey Bennett home. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Grenberg of; Shelton spent Monday evening1 iwitli her parents, Mr. and Mrs! J. A. Shafer, and a few more; games in a hotly contested series‘ ,of contract bridge were enjoyed; ‘Therc is a feud on between the: ladies and the gentlemen, with‘ the losers fated to treat the win~f licrs to dinner. ’ Mrs. E. A. Rutledge is confined, to her bed from an injury caused' by tripping and, falling across the! edge of a washtub, hurting her' side and hip. Potlatch Sends Four To Bowling Meet At Portland By Elizabeth Hussman and Mildred Woodworth Potlatch, May 7. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reader drove to Port- land Saturday morning to attend the Bowling Tournament there. They were accompanied by Mr. Reader's mother and sister of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith Both parties morning. , Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simmons spent Monday in Olympia. Sunday morning, Mrs. C. D. Woodworth and daughters Rober- ta and Mildred, drove to Bremcr- ton. Sunday afternoon Rex Con— ncll of Fort Lewis, was a visitor at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Simmons and spent Sunday in Olympia visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alan Main. Miss Lillian Briggs who is tak-l ing a beauty course in Bremerton, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. F. G. Briggs. . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Asleson spent Sunday in Bremerton visiting Mrs‘ Aslcson‘s parents. The Potlatch Social club held their regular meeting at the schoolhouse on Tuesday evening with Mrs. Ernest Carlson as the! hostess. After the business meet—' ing, three tables of contract were played, high score going to Mrs, Tompkins; second high to Mrs. Tyler, who also received the gala loping goose. Miss Esther Carl-! son was a guest of the club. Miss Kay Jacobson and Mr. Bill Smith of Seattle were guests of! Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carlson on‘ Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bushuc of. Bremerton and their son Bernard. Bushue of Spokane, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and,‘ Mrs. Hussman. ' Mrs. J. Simmons, Mrs. Reader, and Mrs. Tompkins were guests of Mrs. Stewart in Renton on Wednesday. John and Fred Nelson of Ta- Icoma were guests of the Jacob- ! son’s on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. l, Swanson, Oscar and Simon Berk- land of Poulsbo spent Sunday at, the Jacobson’s. l Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins and son returned Monday I l l l Donald, spent the weekend at; ‘ Pinehurst and Seattle. Mr. C. W.l Smith returned with them to spend the week._ l San I regular period of recruit training,‘ - 1 located throughout Nevins... oi" ' Navy Now Opened For Enlistments . There are approximately 197,-! 000 enlisted regulars in the. Navy! today. Ill addition to building upl the regular service the Navy Department has announced that it has opened recruiting in cer- tain classes of the Naval Reserve that had heretofore been closed. .{en will be enlisted as appren- tice seamen, for seamen and fire- men ratings, yeomen, signalmen, radiomcn, machinist‘s mates, avia- tion mechanics and clectrician's' mates. These men will be sent, to the Navy Training Station in Diego, California for the il‘ found and upon qualified. completion, the States for the above specialties. If they are not qualified for the ratings selected, they will be available for general Naval seiui vice. ! Men between the ages of 17 and 36 who are mentally, morally and physically qualified will be en-: .- listed in the Naval Reserve for} a period of four years, except men ' ,' between the age of 17 and 18, who are enlisted for minority years and are discharged on the day before their twenty-first birthday. Full details may be obtained by calling or writing to the Navy Recruiting Station, City Hall Building in Tacoma, Washington. Don Wiss Heads Home On 19—Day Furlough With a 19-day furlough in which to do his traveling, Ensign Don- I ‘ald Wiss of the U. S. Navy Air! ‘ Corps is now on his way home for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lantz Wiss, after completing his training at the Naval Air Training Station at Pensacola, Florida, last Tuesday. Ensign Wiss is driving home via Los Angclcs and expects to arrive in Shelton Sunday. He did not mention where his first as- slgnmcnt as a full-fledged mem- ber of the Naval Air Corps is to be. question of high food costs 20th Century unwavering policy of se||ing every in the store at— item Lowest Cash Prices Every Day l Brands You Should Know at Rook-Bottom Prices: Jello Campbell's Assorted Flavors EXC- ¢3 Pkg. .. for Bonnie Best SYRUP Delicious Imitation Maple Syrup 12-0z. Jugs .. 15¢ 24-oz. Jugs .. 25¢ o ROCK DELL CORN,12‘OZ-13¢:6 for 75¢ O DEVILED MEAT, LaSalle Brand for b¢ OCHILI CON CARNE, Hormel’s for 33¢ O PEAS, Lakota. No. 303 cans O STRING BEANS, Lakota bra O SARDINES, Booth's Ovals .. OPORK & BEANS, Campbell OTOMATO JUICE, Libby’s 47 PORK cmiPs Ib. 25c Center cuts Cottage Cheese. 2-lbs. 19¢ Pork Roast .......... .. Picnic Style Port Roast .of Beef lb. 25¢ Sat] PoPrk .......... .. Bacon Squares .... .. Fargo Soap Grains SAVES YOUR Hands, Clothes, Vloney. 24-02. pkg. ...... - 16¢ 69-oz. .................... .. 45¢ will be. sent to schools 1; United 3 I ! STOP LEAKS in your FOOD BUDGET Put better quality meals on your table ! Soups Chicken—s Mushroom 26¢ Page F’ve (liflusTlAN SCIENCE CARD OF THANKS of interest to many local 115.: I wish to thank each and every- tcners is the announcement that. one Who helpefl 3710 W1“ 8‘ _b1-'3y01€ the Columbia Church of the Air in the SUbSCY'XPth campaign i will present. a Christian Science.3150 want to thank the Shdt‘m‘ program, over a national network l Mason County Journal for mak- next Sunday morning, May 11 at‘mg the CODtCSt DOS-“ble- 9200 o‘clock. The broadcast will BOBBY \VENZ be conducted by Mr. Philip S. Barto, a former First Reader in a Christian Science Church. The program is given with the approval of The Christian Science Board of Directors of The Mo— ther Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mas- sachusetts, and may be heard locally over station KFPY, Spo- kane; station KIRO, Seattle: sta- tion KVI, Tacoma; and station KOIN, Portland. Neutralizes Quickly Excess Stomach Acid Acid stomach causes heartburn. gas and indigestion. You can neutralize this acid quickly by ltaking a spoonful of Bisma—Rex in !a glass of water after every meal. It is delicious tasting. Buy a bot. tlc of 50 doses for 50c today at the Rexall Drug Stel’anordon’s Shelton Pharmacy. Mothers’ Day Gift Headquarters Betty Crocker ROSES ii Wit ‘ '. ::eli"i<lllr: will A .w. toppcl with :110‘3’ co~ decorate-'1 Just the thin? to douse Mother. s F coanut lmzl with roses. Ask for it At Your Grocers Call Now if You Wish Cakes Shipped Shelton Bakery PHONE 20 Settle this once and for all with HEIN Z Catsup ll»¢ . Corn Flakes 3 for 19¢: Alber’s Regular. Crispi-frcsh Size Eugzcslidlggeat 2 for 45¢ Pineapple Juice 25c 27c qt. Libby's Juice. H Big 47-02. Cans. Preserves 25c Quart Bottle. QPEANUT BUTTER, Rock Dell 24-02. 25¢ Strawberry~—-Pure. National Red. .CORN BEEF, Libby's ...... .. 12-02. cans 19¢ Grape Juice 0 LITTLE CUBES, Ex. hd. sugar 2-lb. ctn. 17¢ Asst. 14-oz. bottle jar 2-1b. Jars. Royal Purple—Eastern Concord. for 25¢ .WHEATIES. Welcome Baseball 2 for 21¢ nd 3 for 25¢ OPRUNES, Sunsweet med. size ._ 2-Ibs. 17¢ Asst. can 9¢ OWESSON OIL ................................... .. qt. 41¢ s 2 for 19¢ GSNOWDRIFT, 1-Ib. 19¢ .............. .. 3-Ibs. 49¢ ~02. can 18¢ .DRIFTED SNOW .......... .. 49-!b. sack 1.64 OCRYSTAL WHITE ...................... .. 5 for 15¢ OOLD DUTCH CLEANSER, improved can ’I¢ OPALMOLIVE FACIAL SOAP ...... .. bar 6¢ .KLEK for dishes .................. .. 9<oz. pkg. 9¢ OSUPER SUDS. Con. for Idy. ...... ., 24-02. 20¢ Produce from the Farm Fresh to you Sunkist Oranges .............. .. doz. 45c No. 1 Asparagus .................. .. lb. ~ 7c No. 1 New Spuds .......... .. 10-lbs. 23c lb' 19¢ California Peas ................ .. 2-1bs. 15c Lettuce, lge. sold ................ .. ca. 6c 1b. 19¢ Tomatoes, Red, firm __________ _. 1b. 10c Green-Onions ............ ._ 4 bu. for 100 lb. 12¢ ~ TH . BOURLAND’S Plenty of Parking Space 'HILL‘ TOP '-- SO; HIGHWAY PHONE 29 av